Steve Kerr fed up with Draymond Green: “It was a terrible sight!”

Golden State Warriors coach, Steve Kerr, admitted that Draymond Green’s actions against Minnesota Timberwolves center Rudy Gobert were inexcusable.

“He went too far.”, Kerr said before the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. “Draymond made a mistake. He knows that. It is a bad figure and the five games are deserved.”

Klay Thompson and Jaden McDaniels started a brawl near midcourt after a Timberwolves possession. Green rushed in and pushed Gobert away from behind with an arm around the center’s neck. Green held Gobert for nearly 10 seconds.

Thompson’s jersey was torn during the scuffle, which resulted in Green’s second ejection of the season and two free throw attempts for Gobert. Green was whistled a flagrant 2, while Thompson and McDaniels received double technical fouls. All were ejected.

“I don’t have a problem with Green trying to get Rudy off Klay — but he has to let him go. He went on for six, seven seconds. It was a terrible sight for the league, for Draymond and for everybody.”

Finally, Kerr believes that Green needs to find a balance without crossing the line with his behavior.

“Draymond has to find a way not to cross the line. I’m not talking about an ejection or a technical, but an act of physical violence. It is inexcusable. We have to do everything we can to give him the help and assistance he needs to be able to make a distinction between being a competitive and an unfair one. He definitely crossed the line the other night.”, Steve Kerr concluded on Draymond Green.

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